The UCL Centre for Global Health Economics

Thomas G. Palmer

Tom is a Research Associate at the Centre for Global Health Economics. He is working on the World Bank funded allocative efficiency projects using the Optima-TB model to optimise national spending on Tuberculosis in Romania, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan at the outset.  He will also be working on OCDS projects funded by the Global Fund and will be familiarising himself with the HIV model.  

Thomas joined UCL from the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, where he assessed the cost-effectiveness of health technologies from the perspective of the NHS.  He has an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York. His dissertation analysed the determinants of waiting times in London A&E departments.


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